PNC Financial Services Group

Inside PNC's retail banking overhaul


The Pittsburgh bank is developing new products, simplifying old ones and modernizing its workplace based on detailed feedback from consumers, small businesses and employees in an attempt to create a bank they all like better.


Suddenly, bank CEOs' outlook brightens for commercial lending


On the first big day of 2Q results, bankers said their investments in middle-market lending have started paying off. JPMorgan Chase and PNC have added commercial loan officers in new markets across the country.


Strong commercial loan growth at PNC


Business lending rose 6% at the Pittsburgh bank, while consumer lending was largely flat.


Will stress test triumphs usher in new era of M&A?


Higher dividends and more aggressive repurchase programs are bound to attract more investors, which could boost stock prices and prompt more dealmaking, analysts said.


Regionals aim to achieve true scale in credit cards


Even with card defaults ticking up slightly, regional banks remain committed to pursuing more credit card business as they look to both diversify their balance sheets and deepen relationships with customers.


Hardware issue causes digital banking outage at PNC


Customers of the Pittsburgh company were unable to access their accounts via online and mobile channels for several hours on Tuesday.


Big banks and regionals strategize for the second half of 2017


With the first half of 2017 drawing to a close, bank executives gathered this week at the Morgan Stanley Financial Services conference to discuss their companies’ performance thus far and, more important, outline their priorities for the rest of the year and beyond. Here are some of the highlights.


Big banks mine retail units for growth as business lending lags


Executives at Wells Fargo, SunTrust and PNC insist that credit cards, mortgages and other consumer lines can help pick up the slack as commercial borrowers remain cautious.


Rate hike, stock market surge push PNC's profit higher


Net income climbed 13% as as the Fed's hike improved loan yields and the stock market’s surge boosted returns from PNC’s stake in BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager.